Immigration

Just over 3 percent of children under 18 living in America were foreign-born in 2013. In striving to make it through the K-12 system and on to higher education, this small but important portion of public school students faces special challenges. See all our Special Reports

A racially charged assault spurs schools to rally behind Portland’s large refugee community

‘Welcoming refugees is not a political issue. It’s about people.’

How the immigration controversy could drive up the cost of college

Losing international students would cost U.S. universities billions in revenue

International students: Trump’s travel ban could be devastating

Why graduate schools could take the hardest hit

Defying political pushback, private colleges quietly enroll undocumented students

Outside financial support helps, but post-election realities may overcome bold rhetoric

Muslim girls in Trump’s America: “I’m not going to cower into fear”

After Trump: Some observant Muslim students say they feel targeted, but still hopeful

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Schoolchildren “have a lot of questions and a lot of fear” in aftermath of Trump victory

Teachers rush to reassure students put on edge by President-elect Trump

How can being bilingual be an asset for white students and a deficit for immigrants?

One Boston school considers it an ‘act of social justice’ to teach Latinos in Spanish

California voters overturn English-only instruction law

Multilingual Education Act passes and revives bilingual education in one of nation's most diverse states

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